Beginning of the Year iPad apps

Throughout the previous school year, I collected 200 plus apps for student use. The problem-well-there is no way we would use all of them. So I had to come up with a plan on how I wanted to start the year off. That plan had to include attacking SAMR.

With the exception of a couple, I went with apps that I had students use the most. These should get use up and running. All the apps are on the first page with folders containing math games, off limits stuff, and apps that can be used later on. The ones on the first page are the ones we used the most last year. I'm hoping this will make it easier to find apps, and easy to add and change out as I need to. I love using the flowchart (below) to help me plan and make decisions on using iPads. Stay tuned for how I have students use them as the year begins. Have a great weekend.

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